from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The property possessed by certain substances of assuming a different form while remaining unchanged in constitution.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Min.) The property which constitutes an allomorph; the change involved in becoming an allomorph.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun chemistry The property of a
compoundwhich has more than one crystalline form or allomorph.
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The Haluk — and our goddamn government — don't want to publicize the fact that human genes were used illegally to wipe out allomorphism.
"And besides, there are no longer very many nongracile Haluk residing on Artiuk, thanks to the miracle of your PD32: C2 genetic engineering vector, which has changed our lives so marvelously by eradicating the curse of allomorphism."
The Haluk almost certainly have a severe overpopulation problem in their star-cluster that's being made worse by eradication of their allomorphism.
Ru Kamik said, 'This one has recently heard that some of Milik's work on the eradication of allomorphism has come under scrutiny.'
That particular corpse unexpectedly provided the first proof that Haluk allomorphism was being erased by unauthorized genen therapy.
In a gratifyingly short time she demonstrated how allomorphism might be banished from the Haluk genome.
The principal transmutation facilities, ones that only eliminate allomorphism ... are located on Haluk planets.
She wanted to free the Haluk — those highly intelligent, extremely numerous, misunderstood aliens — from the allomorphism that had so tragically hindered their progress.
This one has recently heard that some of Milik's work on the eradication of allomorphism has come under scrutiny. "
"Uno: the ruthless way they went after PD32: C2 to erase their allomorphism.